Handicapped Commission

City Hall
10 Common Street
Woburn, MA 01801


The Woburn Handicapped and Disabled Citizens Commission is a volunteer group that aids in answering questions and serving the needs of the disabled community in the City of Woburn.  The Commission meets on a monthly basis at City Hall and meetings are open to the public.


The Handicapped and Disabled Citizens Commission currently has openings for new volunteer Commission members.  These are volunteer positions that require attendance and active participation at monthly meetings.  The goal is to work together as a Commission and with the City of Woburn to ensure safe and equal access throughout the community, to promote education of disability issues and to address the questions and concerns of residents with regard to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other related issues.If you are interested in learning more about the Commission and/or becoming involved, please contact our telephone message line at 781-897-5893 or send mail to City Hall addressed to us!


All inquiries regarding a request for residential handicapped parking space(s) should be directed to the Woburn Traffic Commission.  The Traffic Commission reviews all applications and is the authority in granting these types of requests.

Board Members

Veronica Andrews, Chairperson

Timothy Donovan, Member

Jennifer Murray, Member

Pat Rosetti, Member

Johanna Hill, Member

MaryAnn Chorlton, Member

John Flaherty, Member

Lori Medeiros, Member

Alfred Tancreti, Member